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Ding Liren vs Alexander Areshchenko
World Chess Team Championship (2011), Ningbo CHN, rd 2, Jul-18
Indian Game: Anti-Grünfeld. Alekhine Variation (D70)  ·  1-0

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Jul-18-11  chaarl: Impressive play from GM Ding Liren
Jul-18-11  pulsar: I was watching the live transmission through chessbomb and left after Ding Liren's 25.R5f3 thinking it should be winning for White. A nice crunch.
Jul-19-11  notyetagm: Kamsky vs Aronian, 2011

Ding Liren vs Areshchenko, 2011 28 Ng5xh7! Qg7xNh7 and the h7-queen no longer protects e7-rook

Jul-19-11  notyetagm: Game Collection: EXCHANGE ON THE PINNING SQUARE: NOT A DEFENDER

Ding Liren vs Areshchenko, 2011 28 Ng5xh7! Qg7xNh7 and the h7-queen no longer protects e7-rook

Jul-19-11  notyetagm: Game Collection: Ding Liren's Best Games

Ding Liren vs Areshchenko, 2011 28 Ng5xh7! 1-0 exchange on pinning square finishes off Black

Dec-26-11  iking: 26. ...Rf8 may have lengthened up the struggle ....

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